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The Archaeological Park of the Phlegraean Fields in Naples reopens to the public

Archaeological park Campi Flegrei

The beautiful Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei in Naples will soon reopen to the public: news to visit safely!

After months of inactivity due to the Coronavirus finally also the Archaeological Park of the Phlegraean Fields of Naples is preparing to welcome visitors given the imminent opening.

In fact, starting from June 2 2020 you can go back to admire the rich cultural and natural heritage of the Phlegrean sites, in fact the Archaeological Park of Cuma, the Archaeological Museum of the Phlegraean Fields in the Castle of Baia, the Flavian Amphitheater of Pozzuoli and the Archaeological Park of the Baths of Baia.

News for safe visits

In accordance with all the rules and provisions to be followed for an opening that can guarantee visits in extreme safety, the Archaeological Park of the Campi Flegrei has organized and planned a new way to visit.

In fact, the controlled and limited inputs so as to avoid gatherings, presence of differentiated routes for those entering and leaving, mandatory use of the mask and other measures to ensure the safety of both visitors but also of all staff.

Also thanks to the great interest shown on social channels for the initiative # Parco4Family the various sites will propose a series of activities in order to collect ideas and new proposals for the construction of a family-friendly park.

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